Gnaraloo, and especially 3mile camp is an Oasis of peace and a must see! 1,5 drive On a dirt-road is worth every mile. Back to basic, great ocean and reef! Absolute magic! Try out snorkeling or a surf at Tombstones! Basic at it purest form!
3 Mile camp at Gnaraloo is a basic camp site with no power and salt water showers plus a 80 km drive over a corrugated dirt track.. However the outlook over the world class surf is amazing. As we sat and watched the surf and the surfers, humpback whales swam by about every 15 minutes.
Shop is basic and only...
We stayed at Red Bluff before coming at 3 mile camp. Whilst Red Bluff was $35 per night (and offered shade and easy beach access), 3 mile camp was priced at $50 per night. We had heard that there were showers at 3 mile camp so thought the exorbitant price may be worth it. We were wrong.
On arrival we...
Planned this for 3 months, so was excited. When we arrived at the homestead we weren't sure if the place was being constructed or deconstructed. I understand that's not all the fault of the owner with some lease hasels going on. But seriously a B-grade scrap yard with plenty of signs that border on obnoxious. "If your dog chases the...
We've recently come back from a trip to WA and Gnaraloo Station was the favourite place we visited.
We love it for its remoteness, beautiful scenery, great snorkelling and comfortable accommodation.
The drive down the rough track wasn't a problem for our hired 4X4 (Mitsubishi Outlander) in fact we saw 2WD cars making their way to 3 MIle Camp.
The location is remote, the track is extremely rough that can cause great damage to vehicle, trailer and boat. It took three hours to tow the bot and trailer in to the site.
The chalet accommodation is in varying state of disrepair from a building slab, buildings falling down and ones that are habitable where you share the rooms with...